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I recently had the pleasure of attending the Law Society’s Past President’s dinner, which was my first formal event as President of the Sussex Law Society. It reminded me of the history of the Sussex Law Society, which dates back to 1934! The chain of office has inscribed upon it all the names of the Past Presidents. Unsurprisingly, there are more male names than female, but I fully suspect that this imbalance will be addressed in the years to come.Read More
I am delighted to say I have been given the honour of serving as President of the Sussex Law Society this year. I can only hope to do as well as Emma Weir during her successful and productive year as president. On behalf of the committee, I would like to thank Emma for her contribution and I personally look forward to working with her and all on the committee this year.Read More
Tech billionaire Elon Musk had a post-nup with his ex-wife and Kanye West has a pre-nup with his wife, the professional celebrity Kim Kardashian. But are nuptial agreements just for eccentric celebrities trying to stiff their spouses?
The common view of nuptial agreements, whether pre-nups or post-nups, is that they’re contracts drawn up by celebrities or the ultra-wealthy when they marry someone with far fewer assets, in order to leave their spouse high and dry in the event of a break-up. Sometimes this is true, and it’s certainly possible to quibble with the way nuptial agreements have been used by some – but it doesn’t have to be this way and, often, nuptial agreements are something else entirely.
Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, sadly passed away in August and did so without leaving a Will. This might come as a surprise to many given her superstar status and assets worth an estimated £62.3 million. Without a Will in place, local law is dictating how her estate is being divided, rather than this being her own choice. This is further complicated because one of her sons has special needs that require financial and medical support for the rest of his life. The process of administering her estate could take years to resolve because of this lack of clear division and potential claims to the inheritance, and will likely play out in public.Read More